Rejoice Ngwenya

I’m a Liberal Democrat with unwavering affinity to both life and choice. On a clear day, this is a metaphysical paradigm where co-existence tends to be a foregone conclusion, yet I see these two as ultimately mutually exclusive. Like life and death. Light and darkness. Democracy and tyranny. On life and choice, my inference is one based on common sense and rational judgement that if you choose to live, you do not die.

South Africa’s battle against cowardice

Zimbabwe: Vices and virtues of a multi-currency economy

The Folly of African Entrepreneurship

South Africa - Zimbabwe: Twin Case of Treachery in Southern Africa

The Struggle for a Free Zimbabwe: Whose freedom is it, anyway?

Reflections of 30 years of independence in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s list of shame and Oskar Schindler’s list

Zimbabweans: Why they Starve

Zimbabwe: Scorpion in My Shoe

Conflict of Constitutionalism in Zimbabwe

Open letter to Mr. Robert Mugabe

Why Mugabe should not have been at Copenhagen

What is in a South African name?

Zimbabwe: Citizens are the Real Heroes

Botswana: A dynasty of good democracy

Regime change in Zimbabwe legitimate

Can MDC toss out Zanu-PF by right?

Zimbabwe: The conflict of constitutionalism and a non-English speaking North Korean doctor!

Sanctionless Zimbabwe or Harrods shopping sprees for Mrs. Mugabe?

A contemptible service industry for SA 2010 World Cup

A graceful exit for Mugabe or just wishful thinking?

South Africa: The King is dead, long live the King!

Zimbabwe: Towards another dire financial paradigm

Zimbabwean Unionism: Focus on challenges not ratings


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